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Jonathan987

join:2006-03-17
North York, ON
reply to MartinM

Re: [Voip.ms] Survey / Feedback on restructuring Geo Locations.

Hi, as long as there is a POP in Canada for the Toronto/Montreal customers it would be good. But there needs to be more capacity given to your Montreal servers if you plan on making that the main connection for your Toronto customers.

The reason I don't mind having to connect to Montreal servers is that the ping is just as low it was to the Toronto servers because iWeb (I'm assuming your Montreal hosters) has full unconditional peering on torix.

Hope this helps with the decision!

MartinM
VoIP.ms
Premium,VIP
join:2008-07-21
kudos:3
This idea has been put on shelves for the moment and reducing the number of locations is no longer part of our short term plans. We want to thank everyone who provided feedback in this thread and via private messaging.

We're busy updating Montreal, Toronto, Chicago and NY with a new infrastructure that will allow for transparent scaling in the future.

We're also looking to deploy a POP in Vancouver for west coast based Canadians.

Regards,
--
Martin - VoiP.ms

taytong888

join:2005-06-20
Nepean, ON
Hello MartinM,

Vancouver is already served by Seattle. Why not have a robust POP in Calgary to serve the rest of British Columbia, as well as fast-growing Alberta, Saskatchewan and possible Manitoba?